Sudden death of tourist under investigation

| 19/02/2013

(CNS): The RCIPS is currently investigating the circumstances of the sudden death of a visitor to the Cayman Islands at a Seven Mile Beach hotel. Police and paramedics responded to a report of a female visitor in distress at the Westin Hotel at around 11.10 Monday night (18 February). The 61 year-old woman was with her husband who rendered CPR which, a police spokesperson said, was continued by paramedics on their arrival. The woman was transported by ambulance to the George Town Hospital where medical staff continued the attempts at resuscitation but were unsuccessful and the woman was pronounced dead. Police gave no other details regarding the circumstances of the woman's death

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  1. Anonymous says:

    why hit the thumbs down? we really live among some sick and heartless creatures,don’t forget we all have our day bastard.

  2. Anonymous says:

    My information is that every sudden death will be investigated, so also in this case.

    The headline suggest "foul play" and I ask CNS to stop doing that.


  3. Michel says:

    Very sad news. Condoleances goes to the husband and family members and friends. We surely will pray for you and yours that your hearts remain strong at this difficult time. God Bless, Michel, Doris and the Lemay family